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waste of time. also "off the desk", the most dangerous person to search for online, her. "harry potter" actress, emma watson. they lure users to downloading malware or exposing personal information. this is the 6th time mcafee conducted the study. last year it was the gorgeous woman on your screen. heidi klum. david: i could see that. liz: i'm heading out west to silicon valley for our annual "3 days in the valley". fifth anniversary all exclusive. we have such a lineup. david: for example? liz: intel ceo paul otellini live from the developer conference at the moss connie center. we have tim wester began and talking about apple and what competition is may provide in the face of very tough business. ceo and space ex-cofounder, elon mfk. david: mr. tesla. liz: other big names. we do the startups. clout. sony computer entertainment. jack trenton. but the silicon valley superstars at the top including david, meg whitman of hewlett-packard. they just announced more job cuts. it will be her first interview with us and with anybody since their numbers just came out for q3. a lot to ta a
are different. how so? >> "seconds away" is a young adult novel. more the ""hunger games"" "harry potter" type of novel. adults are reading it too but this is more for teenagers. i have four kids but the biggest compliment i have from my 13-year-olds is all my friends are reading it and the guys who don't read are reading it. >> that's great when a child looks at you and says dad, you're kind of cool. >> my last book, my daughter coming down and seeing it on the kitchen table. my kids don't think i'm cool. >> children are always embarrassed. >> the title i like "seconds away" the premise is in a split second your life can change. how does that dynamic show it in "seconds." >> the first line in the book -- there's moments in your life where just one little thing changes the course of everything. >> good and bad. >> all of a sudden up becomes down, good becomes evil, everything changes in a flick and that's what i like to explore. "seconds away" starts with that. i want to grab you right away on page one. you've been a long time reader. >> have. what's the different for you between young adult a
. more the ""hunger games"" "harry potter" type of novel. adults are reading it too but this is more for teenagers. i have four kids but the biggest compliment i have from my 13-year-olds is all my friends are reading it and the guys who don't read are reading it. >> that's great when a child looks at you and says dad, you're kind of cool. >> my last book, my daughter coming down and seeing it on the kitchen table. my kids don't think i'm cool. >> children are always embarrassed. >> the title i like "seconds away" the premise is in a split second your life can change. how does that dynamic show it in "seconds." >> the first line in the book -- there's moments in your life where just one little thing changes the course of everything. >> good and bad. >> all of a sudden up becomes down, good becomes evil, everything changes in a flick and that's what i like to explore. "seconds away" starts with that. i want to grab you right away on page one. you've been a long time reader. >> have. what's the different for you between young adult and adult books? >> really -- >> do you have a prefere
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